Real Madrid midfielder Kaka will not be leaving the Spanish giants in the January transfer window, according to his agent.
Kaka, 30, is on the fringes of Jose Mourinho's side, having made just one start in La Liga this season.
Reports have linked him with a move to the MLS with New York Red Bulls, with Brazilian outfit Corinthians also rumoured to be interested in his signature, but Kaka's father and agent Bosco Leite has denied he is looking to leave Europe.
"I don't know about that," Leite told Lancenet. "For now, as it stands, he wants to stay in Europe. That might change but today, I don't know. Corinthians were never mentioned. And Corinthians themselves never said anything either."
Kaka made his return to the Brazil squad last month after a two year absence from the national team and he is believed to be in search of regular first team football ahead of the 2014 World Cup.